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In the Christmas Mood II

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

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A second Christmas CD from Miller's orchestra, this one continues in the tradition of the first CD. In fact, it even includes a few pieces that were also on that one. Although recorded after the death of Glenn Miller himself, his orchestra does a great job of capturing the sound that made the band so famous as they make their way through many holiday classics. They turn them into wonderful swing arrangements that serve to both entertain fans of the genre and add holiday spirit to your home.
© Gary Hill /TiVo

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1
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
00:03:20

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

2
White Christmas
00:03:51

Irving Berlin, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

3
Yuletide Medley #1-Away in a Manger, Ave Maria, the First Noel
00:05:42

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

4
The Twelve Days of Christmas
00:03:24

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

5
Winter Wonderland
00:03:23

F. Bernard, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

6
The Christmas Song
00:04:34

The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist - R. Wells; Mel Torme, Composer

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

7
Yuletide Medley #2- Hard the Herald Angels Sing, Angels We Have Heard On High, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, O Come All Ye Faithful
00:05:18

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

8
(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays
00:02:47

The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist - A. Sullivan; R. Allan, Composer

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

9
Good King Wenceslas
00:02:33

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

10
Santas Claus Is Coming to Town
00:03:32

The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist - H. Gillespie; J. F. Coots, Composer

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

11
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
00:03:14

The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist - S. Cahn; J. Styne, Composer

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

12
Auld Lang Syne
00:02:31

Traditional, Composer - The Glenn Miller Orchestra, MainArtist

2012 WBLT, LLC. 2012 WBLT, LLC.

Album Description

A second Christmas CD from Miller's orchestra, this one continues in the tradition of the first CD. In fact, it even includes a few pieces that were also on that one. Although recorded after the death of Glenn Miller himself, his orchestra does a great job of capturing the sound that made the band so famous as they make their way through many holiday classics. They turn them into wonderful swing arrangements that serve to both entertain fans of the genre and add holiday spirit to your home.
© Gary Hill /TiVo

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